Guest House in Rossendale, Lancashire

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678 Burnley Road East,Whitewell Bottom

Number678, Rossendale

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SINGLE OCCUPANCY DISCOUNT IS AVAILABLE - CONTACT US DIRECTSituated in fashionable rural Rossendale close to major motorway networks, the location of the no678 is complemented by ample parking, a contemporary interior, and a calming atmosphere with a riverside location adding that extra tranquility, and luxury furnishings adding that extra comfort. We serve where possible locally grown and sourced organic produce.No fuss, high level, brand new buildings and fittings, Flat screen TV, WI-FI Internet access, Hospitality tray, all ensuite, Breakfast bar. The pretty rear garden bordering Whitewell Brook allows a tranquil retreat.

Lockup facilities for walkers and cyclists. An extensive hot and cold breakfast menu is offered with a robust take away option as an alternative. Local facilities include: golf, ski-ing, snowboarding, walking, cycling, horse-riding, watersports.

Blackpool, Fylde coast, Manchester, Bury, Yorkshire Dales are all but a short journey away with a local bus service directly outside linking to Bury, Manchester and Burnley. Snuggling down in the highest quality beds with duck feather and down quilts and pillows enveloped in luxury Egyptian cotton will ensure the most comfortable of nights sleep

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